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Share your thoughts on the future of the Lowland Canals

12 Dec 2019

British Marine member, Scottish Canals has launched a public consultation to gather views on the best way to run operations on the Forth & Clyde and Union Canals.

Bruno Santori

Outstanding professionals gain Certified Marina Manager and Certified Marina Professional accreditations

12 Dec 2019

General News

Resulting in the recent AMM courses from the past few months, the following people have been awarded the internationally recognised Certified Marina Manager (CMM) or Certified Marina Professional (CMP) accreditation by the Global Marina Institute (GMI) as recognition for their outstanding professionalism within the marina industry


23rd edition of the Ship Captain’s Medical Guide has now been published

12 Dec 2019

General News

The Ship Captain’s Medical Guide (SCMG) is intended primarily for use on vessels where there is no medical professional, such as a doctor on board. It provides assistance and direction for crew members when it becomes necessary for them to assess and treat trauma and medical illness.

George Hulley

Remembering George Hulley

12 Dec 2019

British Marine was saddened to learn of the recent death of ex-British Marine President and retired Board Member, George Hulley, last week.

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Registration open for eagerly awaited British Marine Spring Expo 2020

11 Dec 2019

Registration for 2020’s British Marine Spring Expo is now open, including a host of free and paid for events. Delegates can secure their place online at


ICOMIA releases the latest LOGOS quarterly reports

05 Dec 2019

General News

The LOGOS quarterly update is a comprehensive review of the discussions, reviews and decisions that have been carried out by the European Commission in the past three months.


The motorsports industry invites the marine industry to Autosport International

05 Dec 2019

General News

As part of its ongoing partnership with the Motorsports Industry Association (MIA) and following on from our two earlier successful events held at Thruxton Motorsports Centre and Southampton International Boatshow, powered by Borrow A Boat, British Marine is excited to offer its members the third event in this year’s collaboration. The exclusive opportunity to showcase your company, its capabilities and meet with hundreds of leading executives spanning the international motorsports industry, media and Government organisations at the acclaimed Autosport International 2020.

Superyacht tenders and toys

Superyacht Tenders and Toys celebrates being ranked in the Top 100 of the Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100

05 Dec 2019

Member news

British Marine member, Superyacht Tenders and Toys (SYTT), is celebrating being ranked 95th in the 23rd annual Sunday Times Virgin Atlantic Fast Track 100.


100 years of great British boatbuilding

05 Dec 2019

Member news

2020 marks a mammoth year for UK yacht manufacturer and British Marine member, Windboats, with the celebration of 100 years of building world-class sailing and motoryachts. This milestone, reached by only a handful of marine businesses is a cause for celebration of the company’s history, its global success and its exciting future.

EU Commission

New list of language requirements for the owner’s manual of RCD vessels

05 Dec 2019

General News

The EU Commission has released a list of the language requirements for the owner’s manual of Recreational Craft Directive (RCD) vessels which are exported to the EU.



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